# [R] basic help: graph multivariate analysis.

R. Michael Weylandt michael.weylandt at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 19:05:50 CET 2012

```There are lots of multivariate graphs.....perhaps browsing this
gallery will give you some idea of what you want (example code is

This blog also does a nice job of introducing some graphs with the
ggplot2 package: https://learnr.wordpress.com/

Michael

On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 9:58 AM, aoife <aoife.m.doherty at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys, I'd really appreciate any help.
>
> I have a multivariate analysis done, the output of which is:
>
>> GraphData
>  V1       V2     V3     V4
> 1  1 0.371970 0.8552 0.8552
> 2  2 0.061785 0.1420 0.9972
> 3  3 0.001211 0.0028 1.0000
> 4  4 0.000000 0.0000 1.0000
>> summary(GraphData)
>       V1             V2                  V3               V4
>  Min.   :1.00   Min.   :0.0000000   Min.   :0.0000   Min.   :0.8552
>  1st Qu.:1.75   1st Qu.:0.0009082   1st Qu.:0.0021   1st Qu.:0.9617
>  Median :2.50   Median :0.0314980   Median :0.0724   Median :0.9986
>  Mean   :2.50   Mean   :0.1087415   Mean   :0.2500   Mean   :0.9631
>  3rd Qu.:3.25   3rd Qu.:0.1393312   3rd Qu.:0.3203   3rd Qu.:1.0000
>  Max.   :4.00   Max.   :0.3719700   Max.   :0.8552   Max.   :1.0000
>
> (I'm sorry if that is not the right format, please let me know if its not)
>
> I want to plot these multivariate results on a graph.
>
> i have read through various pdf's (e.g. using r for data analysis and
> graphics and simple R) but i'm still stuck. Could anyone help explain the
> commands needed to turn the above data into any sort of graphical form?
>
> Any help is appreciated.
>
> Aoife
>
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